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Rintaro


Rintaro was born on January 22, 1941 in Tokyo, Japan as Shigeyuki Hayashi. He is known for his work on Metropolis (2001), Ninja Scroll (1993) and Meikyû monogatari (1987). See full bio »
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Known For

Metropolis Director
(2001)
Ninja Scroll Animation Department
(1993)
(1987)

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 2012 Lupin Hassei (TV Short)
 2011 Marvel Anime (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Mariko (2011)
 2011 Wolverine (TV Mini-Series) (1 episode)
- Mariko (2011) ... (pilot)
 2001 Metropolis
 2000 Reign: The Conqueror (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1996 X
 1994 Kujakuoh (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 1994 Fainaru fantajî (TV Mini-Series) (4 episodes)
- Episode #1.4 (1994)
- Episode #1.3 (1994)
- Episode #1.2 (1994)
- Episode #1.1 (1994)
 1993 X² - Double X (Video short)
 1989-1990 Dragon Warrior (TV Series) (15 episodes)
- Level 13 (1990)
- Level 15 (1990)
- Level 12 (1990)
- Level 14 (1990)
- Level 11 (1990)
 1988 Kaze no Matasaburô (Video short)
 1987 Hi no tori: Uchû-hen (Video)
 1987 X densha de ikô (Video)
 1987 Meikyû monogatari (segment "Labyrinth*labyrinthos", as Rintarô)
 1985 Kamui no ken
 1982 Wagahai wa neko de aru (TV Movie)
 1980 Ganbare Genki (TV Series) (chief director)
 1978-1979 Uchû kaizoku kyaputen Hârokku (TV Series) (chief director - 42 episodes)
- Farewell, Cosmic Corsair (1979) ... (chief director)
- Duel! The Queen Versus Harlock (1979) ... (chief director)
- And Then the Angels Sang (1979) ... (chief director)
- Courage: The Death of the Commander (1979) ... (chief director)
- Farewell, Mayu (1979) ... (chief director)
 1975-1977 Manga Nippon mukashi banashi (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Ase kaki teppo (1977)
- Yuki onna (1975)
 1977 Jettaa marusu (TV Series) (chief)
 1975 Wanpaku omukashi kum kum (TV Series)
 1974 Hoshi no ko Chobin (TV Series)
 1972 Mûmin (TV Series)
 1968-1969 Sabu to Ichi torimono hikae (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- Kamikakushi (1969)
- Hannya (1968)
 1969 Mûmin (TV Series) (1970)
 1968 Wanpaku tanteidan (TV Series)
 1965-1967 Kimba the White Lion (TV Series) (10 episodes)
- The Pretenders (1967)
- Jungle Fun (1967)
- Jungle Justice (1966)
 1964 Tetsuwan Atom: Uchû no yûsha (as Shigeyuki Hayashi)
 1963 Astroboy (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Don Tay's Infernal Machine ... (as Shigeyuki Hayashi)
 1963 Tetsuwan atomu (TV Series) (episode 4)
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Other Works:

Commercial for Meiji Candy - Director and animator. See more »

Alternate Names:

Shigeyuki Hayashi | Kuruma Hino | Rintarô
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Trivia:

He cites American westerns, gangster films, film noir, French films and Osamu Tezuka as an influence on his work. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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